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>> the debt ceiling represents the equivalent of a massive fiscal heart attack. >> after the fiscal cliff... >> do you solemnly swear... >> extremely ideological people who have never governed are now in the congress. >> and when we first got here, we were patted on the back and said, "great, the cavalry has arrived." >> another crisis to come. >> deal-making is not part of the program of conviction politics. >> enough is enough. you will not spend another dime, you will not put us in hock. >> this is now one week from d-day. there's no deal. >> the fiscal cliff is a fiscal suicide vest. the whole place is going to blow up. >> frontline investigates the ongoing battle. >> throw the country into default. >> political armageddon >>what's the word, "madness?" >>tonight on frontline "cliffhanger" frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major support for frontline is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant and pea
is we will reduce spending for $1 for every dollar that we raise the debt ceiling back in august 2011. that's what a lot of folks forget, alex, is that this is the last piece of the august 2011 debt ceiling agreement whereby the president, senate democrats and house republicans said, okay, let's raise the debt ceiling but for every dollar we raise that debt ceiling, we'll lower spending by a dollar. so i am in favor of keeping that agreement. >> but keeping that agreement, if the sequester goes into effect, according to the cbo, it says it will cut u.s. growth in half. it will cost at least 1 million jobs and jobs by extension, consumers, which drive the economy. don't you agree that losing 1 million jobs will be disastrous to the recovery? >> if you turn just to the cbo, the stimulus of three years ago would have solved all of our problems and we would not have had all the difficulties we have today. would have led to tremendous gdp growth. neither does the cbo ever report or take into consideration the impact the huge debt has on the growth of our gdp and job creation. we can have a
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